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My five-year-old granddaughter loves this game. It has two modes – explorer mode and story mode. In explorer mode, she can go to any world and play with any pet. In story mode, she has to complete tasks in order to find and play with the pets. In either mode, she can name, feed, and bathe the pets. Taking care of the pets is her favorite part. Both modes are easy for her to play. She needed a little help the first time, but now she can play it by herself with very little assistance. That is important to her – she likes being independent. There is a “movie theater” in one of the play areas. The movie theater has a few fun little sing-a-long movies that get the kids up and moving. There are a number of other fun activities that she enjoys, including painting billboards, going to the library, delivering mail, and changing her character’s appearance. There’s a lot of variety in the game, so it keeps her engaged. She would play this game all day if we let her.
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My three year old loves this game. Finally, get has a game of his own that he can work on the wii, and he’s very excited about it.
Need more games rated eC for consoles… would make the living room more fun for those of us with toddlers. 😉
My nearly 4 year old picked up the controller and began exploring the world of Pet Rescue the minute the game loaded. It’s so intuitive that he hardly needed my help. In addition to the parent friendly educational games found throughout the magical world of Pet Rescue there are also fun things that kids will love. My son really enjoyed finding the waterslides and zip lines and is still talking about the pet he adopted at the adoption center. In the few times he’s played we’ve barely scratched the surface of all the content in this game.
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